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HR Wallingford provides world-leading analysis, advice and support in engineering and environmental hydraulics and in the management of water and the water environment. Our open programme of events covers a wide range of topical subjects in this area.

Our open programme of events has been specifically designed to suit all levels and includes foundation, intermediate and advanced courses. All our training courses are led by our expert staff, many of whom are international authorities in their field and act as visiting professors and lecturers to Universities located in the UK and beyond.

Here you'll find information about our programme of seminars, workshops, courses and conferences. For more information on any of the events on our open programme, simply click on an event title. If you would like to discuss an event tailored to your specific requirements, contact training@hrwallingford.com.

Upcoming events

Evacuation and loss of life analysis for floods

Intermediate level

Evacuation and loss of life analysis for floods

Thursday 5 March 2015
Wallingford, UK

This course will introduce the different types of methods and models to estimate the loss of life and the evacuation times for flood events in order to improve emergency planning. These range from simple empirical methods to sophisticated agent-based models where the behaviour of each individual and their interaction with the flood hazard is explicitly represented.

> More information and registration

  

Introduction to river hydrology and hydraulics course

Foundation level

Introduction to river hydrology and hydraulics course

Tuesday 17 and Wednesday 18 March 2015
Wallingford, UK

The Introduction to river hydrology and hydraulics provides an excellent introduction for graduates, consultants, local authority staff, conservation and fisheries officers, development control and flood defence officers who require an understanding of river hydrology and hydraulics to help to improve their understanding of the management of river systems or the impact of developments in a river catchment.

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Introduction to flood risk analysis and management

Foundation level

Introduction to flood risk analysis and management

Thursday 19 and Friday 20 March 2015
Wallingford, UK

The Introduction to flood risk analysis and management is suitable for engineers, consultants, local government staff and flood risk managers looking to gain an understanding of flood hazard and risk and their relevance to river management and development planning.

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Management of above-ground flood and coastal assets

Intermediate level

Management of above-ground flood and coastal assets

Tuesday 24 March 2015
Wallingford, UK

This course addresses the technical issues involved in the management of raised flood and coastal defences.

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Concepts in river modelling and flood risk management

Intermediate level

Concepts in river modelling and flood risk management

Wednesday 25 March 2015
Wallingford, UK

This course is aimed at practitioners and staff responsible for formulating and reviewing hydraulic models. The objective of the course is to provide best practice guidance on the standards that should be used when carrying out computer modelling of watercourses for flood risk management purposes (e.g. Flood Risk Assessments and new flood mitigation measures).

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River capacity and the influence on vegetation and habitat management

Intermediate level

River capacity and the influence on vegetation and habitat management

Thursday 26 March 2015
Wallingford, UK

The course will provide an overview of how to estimate the capacity of rivers. It will focus on the use of a free-available tool, the Conveyance Estimation System (CES) designed to solve simple types of assessments.

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Introduction to coastal processes and management

Foundation level

Introduction to coastal processes and management

Wednesday 15 and Thursday 16 April 2015
Wallingford, UK

This two-day course will introduce methods used in designing and planning coastal engineering and management schemes.

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Introduction to coastal structures

Foundation level

Introduction to coastal structures

Friday 17 April 2015
Wallingford, UK

This one-day course introduces the key issues of coastal processes, and design methods for coastal structures, including seawalls, breakwaters, vertical walls, piers and jetties.

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Introduction to wave modelling using SWAN

Foundation level

Introduction to wave modelling using SWAN

Tuesday 21 and Wednesday 22 April 2015
Wallingford, UK

This two day course will provide a summary of the theory related to wave transformation, and then provide a hands-on introduction to setting up and running SWAN, including pre- and post-processing. Example applications of SWAN will also be presented.

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Wave overtopping

Intermediate level

Wave overtopping

Wednesday 29 April 2015
Wallingford, UK

The one-day course will introduce the EurOtop manual and will present established and new techniques to predict wave overtopping at seawalls, flood embankments, breakwaters and other shoreline structures.

This course will be presented by Professor William Allsop and Dr Tim Pullen (lead authors of the EurOtop Manual)

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Wave forces

Intermediate level

Wave forces

Thursday 30 April 2015
Wallingford, UK

This one-day course, for consultants, specialist owners and specialist contractors, will be based on guidance from the European PROVERBS project, significantly clarified and extended by recent Coastal Engineering journal papers by Dr Cuomo and Professor Allsop.

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Introduction to risk assessment for reservoir safety

Foundation level

Introduction to risk assessment for reservoir safety

Tuesday 2 June 2015
Wallingford, UK

The introduction to reservoir risk assessment course is aimed at engineers, owners, undertakers and managers of reservoirs. Ensuring acceptable performance and managing risk from reservoirs and dams in the short to longer term while avoiding unnecessary expenditure on physical interventions is a considerable challenge. The wide variety of dam types and forms, together with the physical settings in which they are located, further complicates the task. Even with this complexity, however, the concepts of ‘risk’ and ‘performance’ explained on this one day course will provide a useful basis on which dam managers and engineers can build their understanding.

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Dam breach modelling

Foundation level

Dam breach modelling

Wednesday 3 June 2015
Wallingford, UK

Dam breach flood events are usually low probability but high consequence events with potentially high fatality and economic damage figures. Dam breach floods are very different in nature to fluvial, coastal or groundwater flooding and the complex soil erosion and hydraulics involved in development of a dam breach can have a significant effect on the destructive properties of a dam breach flood.

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Dams and reservoirs. An overview of sedimentation problems

Foundation level

Dams and reservoirs. An overview of sedimentation problems

Thursday 4 June 2015
Wallingford, UK

This course will provide an overview of sedimentation issues in reservoirs and how to quantify them.

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Introduction to dredging

Foundation level

Introduction to dredging

Tuesday 9 and Wednesday 10 June 2015
Wallingford, UK

This course is designed to provide an introduction to the subject of dredging which will assist those who are responsible for commissioning and managing dredging contractors and those who regulate dredging. The knowledge and understanding which are provided via the course will allow attendees to more effectively and efficiently manage / regulate dredging projects and dredging contractors.

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TELEMAC summer school 2015

Summer course

TELEMAC summer school 2015

Monday 6 July - Friday 10 July 2015
Wallingford, UK

This five-day TELEMAC summer school provides a background to the hydrodynamic tools available in the TELEMAC suite.

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Offshore renewable energy summer school 2015

Summer course

Offshore renewable energy summer school 2015

3-14 August 2015
Wallingford, UK

The two-week offshore renewable energy summer school is designed to deliver an industry focused course that aims to expand and sustain a community of high-quality staff for the UK offshore renewable energy industry.

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River scour and protection works

Foundation level

River scour and protection works

Date to be confirmed
Wallingford, UK

This course will provide an overview of the different types of scour, how to estimate them and different type of protection works.

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Adaptive water resources management and allocation

Adaptive water resources management and allocation

Date to be confirmed
Wallingford, UK

This three-day course covers a number of fundamental topics which need to be addressed when managing the water resources in river basins in an integrated approach. This includes understanding the data requirements, collection and how that can be converted to information to create water allocation and management plans.

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Exposed jetties, piers and dolphins course

Advanced level

Exposed jetties, piers and dolphins course

Date to be confirmed
Howbery Park, Wallingford, UK

This course is primarily focused on the prediction of wave forces on the upper parts of piers, elevated jetties, and similar types of suspended decks over water. Any wave loads on elevated beams and decks can be particularly destructive as most such structures were originally designed to be elevated above wave crests. With future sea levels projected to rise by around 1m, many existing structures may encounter wave loads in future for which they were not designed.

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Floods and water courses coming soon

Floods and water courses coming soon

Dates to be confirmed
Wallingford, UK

Course descriptions will be available soon for the following:

  • Probabilistic modelling
  • Flood Risk modelling
  • Spatial data management and analysis methods for flood hazard and risk modelling
  • Scheme Appraisal and Optimisation Techniques
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    Coastal and maritime courses coming soon

    Coastal and maritime courses coming soon

    Dates to be confirmed
    Wallingford, UK

    Course descriptions will be available soon for the following:

  • Performance Design of Breakwaters
  • Design of Breakwaters
  • Assessment of extreme water level and wave conditions at the coast
  • Joint Probability
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